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Kids Montessori Apron with free printable pattern

Updated: Jan 11, 2023



Dear crafty friends,

Usually, I only do doll printable patterns but because of many requests for this apron so I give it a try. In the pattern, I include 3 sizes S, M, and L for kids 3-8 years old, The pattern is very simple and you can modify the length of the apron to match your kid's height by adding couple of inches on the bottom of the pattern. this project takes me less than 30 min and what I loved the most about this apron is the Velcro at the waist and neck strap makes it easily slides overhead so they can manage this apron independently!

I hope you enjoy this tutorial (^_^)

PS. the printable patterns are at the bottom of the page!



Much Love

Bankky


Video Tutorial


Materials

- Fabric requirement : (S 32" x 22"), (M 34" x 24"), (L 36" x 26")

- 16" -18" of 1" Elastic

- 2" of Velcro




Tip for sewing

*Print out all the pattern pieces and tape them together

from pages 1A, 1B, 1C, 1D, and 1E Then cut to the size you want.

**Prewash, dry and iron your fabric before you sew it.

***Use 1/4 seam allowances

****Waistband and neckband using the same pattern.

*****Don't forget to backstitch at the beginning and end of a seam

to hold the stitches in place.




Instruction

1. Fold the strap for the neckband; stitch the long edge and turn right-side out then

insert elastic, and stitch both ends of the strap to secure the elastic.



 

2. Fold the waistband; stitch one short edge and along the long edge,

Trim the corner and turn the right side out; Press.


 

3. Stitch the rough side of Velcro to the finished edge of the waistband and topstitch.


 

4. Pin the neck strap and waistband to the apron front piece, make sure the Velcro side facing toward you.



 

5. Put the apron lining piece on top, pin start stitching from the side of the apron leaving 3" for turning.


 

6. Clip the curve and corner.


 

7. Turn the right side out; Press.


 

8. Stitch the soft side of Velcro to the front of the apron then topstitch all around.



 




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Thanks for stopping by

and allowing me to share a little of my passion

I Hope You Have a nice day!

And don't forget to Do more of what makes you happy!

HAPPY BANKKY / CRAFTY MOM




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annerout
Apr 05

I am not a sewer, so took me about 2 hours from drafting up pattern to completion - very very happy with the outcome, thanks for sharing! PS had no velcro, so made long straps to tie, I was too impatient to go and buy velcro, now looking forward to adding it to my grand daughter's bday presents. :)



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Sally S
Sally S
Nov 24, 2023

I needed a quick gift for my 3 year old great-niece's birthday so I whipped one of these out. I added pockets. Nice pattern. Thank you for sharing!

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vicnorm
Sep 30, 2023

Super cute - super fast! I decided (yesterday) that my 2yo grandson needed an apron because he just loves to help mom and dad cook. I used canvas in a color similar to his dad’s apron, with a cute vehicle themed cotton lining, with the cotton on the neck strap I added pockets to the canvas side. Giving this to him today 😊 Thanks

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easels_easel0o
Dec 29, 2022

Hi, for some reason when I tried to print the pattern I just get a single blank pag. can anyone help please?

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tamara wong
tamara wong
Dec 18, 2022

I just made it. I'm a beginner and it took me 2 hours but I love it. Thank you for the excellent pattern, instructions, pictures and video. All very clear and organized.

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